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Alison Rich stars in FOX's late-night sketch comedy series "Party Over Here."

Alison Rich was a staff writer on "Saturday Night Live," where she was hired after testing for a featured player position. She won the IFC "Out of the Box" Award (which came with a blind script offer) and Best Actress Award from the New York Television Festival for the web series "Incognito," which she created with Andrew Law ("Late Night With Seth Meyers"). Rich also created web series "The Body is Disgusting" and was a writer for "Billy on the Street." She recently performed as a new face in the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival and was a finalist for the Andy Kaufman Awards.

On television, Rich has been seen in the TBS comedy series "Angie Tribeca," the CBS comedy "Life in Pieces" and the Hulu original series "Resident Advisors."

Rich got her start at Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) in New York as an improviser on Harold Night (Creature, Rocks) and a writer-actor on Maude Night (Dweeb, Charlemagne, Hunk). She won the UCB NBC Diversity Showcase in 2012, and then moved to Los Angeles to perform in the CBS Diversity Showcase. She joined the UCB Los Angeles Maude team Tut as a writer and actor and co-hosted "Look at Me," a solo variety show, with Alana Johnston.






"Party Over Here" (TV show) logo FOX Stays Up for 'Party Over Here' — Premiering Saturday, March 12, the new late-night sketch comedy series, from comedy trio The Lonely Island, stars newcomers Nicole Byer, Jessica McKenna and Alison Rich. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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